Yes, Manurhin(French company) made all the Walthers for quite some time because Germany wasn't allowed to manufacture small arms after the war. They were then sent to Ulm, Germany where they were assembled. That's where the Ulm deer antler proof mark comes from. I'm not talking about blued Walther's. Those were manufactured for many years and imported by Interarms. Then, S&W took over in 1999 and quit in 2012. Now, Interarms is making them again in the US in Arkansas. The company is called Walther USA. I have a 1970 W. German and a 1973 W. German, both blued. The rest are much newer; a stainless S&W and a blued and a stainless Walther USA. But, that's not what I'm looking for. I'm looking for my grail gun, a 1969 or 1970 W. German Walther PPK/S 380 in nickel.